Third album for the spanish artist Alejandro Remeseiro which confirms once again his absolute originality in creating experimental albums with special musical atmospheres and sampling / field recordings and radio broadcasts audio and waves picked up by places in the world that tell the present and not only. The artist sent us his interpretation of this album Uccelli Notturni (Night Birds):
I've been working with the processing of sounds from two different sources. On one hand the sounds recorded from Wide-band Radio Receiver located at University of Twente (Netherlands). On the other hand the night soundscapes of european forests and rainforest environment. Both sources (human and nature) are mixed deliberately to plot few weak guidelines about a story that the listener should make own.
The sounds of birds are not actually birds: They are just sound samples processed in a very low pitch, and which appear to be bird chants.
Like the sounds of radio too. They are not the sounds of radio that most of people used to listen almost daily. They are sounds of data exchange (like letter beacons), VOLMET, radio shortwave conversations, and radio stations that supposedly belongs to NATO.
"If I had to choose, I would rather have birds than airplanes."
Release Date: April 2, 2015
Total running time: 29m / 07s
Format: MP3 [320 Kbps]
License: CC BY-NC-ND 3.0